Westbound Via passes under the gantry.
A pair locos arrive from the east to work the south side of the yard. They are collecting tank cars. Second loco is 2916 which will then lead.
A view from the east end of the yard with locos idling near the office whilst awaiting their call to duty!
The eastbound mixed freight led by CN 5682, 2140 and grey painted IC 1017 races up the bank towards Brantford.
The westbound VIA arrives from Toronto on its way to London. About to stop to collect passengers.
The westbound freight leans into the curve before stopping. It works the yard leaving cars for the next days local. CN 2137 is the second loco.
Having brought Autoracks from the Toyota plant at Ingersoll, 6508 and 1401 simmer in the sun awaiting their next turn of duty.
Having been trackside at Ingersoll, I was on my way home and visited the Bakery at Courtland. As I left the shop I heard a train horn and quickly made my way to the ex Trillium line and found 175 ... (more)
Eastbound lunchtime VIA leans into the curve on the way to it's next stop at Brantford and then onwards to Toronto.
Eastbound VIA 72 arrives at the station on its journey from Windsor to Toronto.
The eastbound lunchtime VIA prepares to stop at the station passing CN GP9 4130 that is switching on the yard.
An eastbound mixed freight races around the curve through the station. It was heading into the bright rising sun making it difficult for the engineer to see the signal.
The lunchtime VIA races east. The second of the LRC coaches has been repainted to celebrate Canada's anniversary.
The eastbound mixed freight seen from Blenheim Road bridge led by CN3103 and CN3061. CN 3103 is the newest loco I have seen of this class.
The eastbound VIA from Windsor to Toronto speeds through Princeton and onwards to the next stop at Brantford.